Summer to Fall: What You Need to Know

Summer to Fall: What You Need to Know

Our area has seen a significant lack of rain over the past several months. This drought has had a profound effect on many lawns. It’s also affected outdoor trees and shrubs. Our technicians have done their best to mitigate the damage the drought has done, but...
What’s that on My Lawn? Red Thread

What’s that on My Lawn? Red Thread

Given the amount of rainy, humid weather we’ve had during the last few weeks, it looks as if our lawn’s previous drought concerns have started to evaporate. With that said, you may have recently seen some red blemishes appear on your property. Your lawn is made up of...
If you Spot Seed Heads, You Don’t Have to Worry

If you Spot Seed Heads, You Don’t Have to Worry

Does your lawn look like it’s full of waving wheat or white topped weeds? Chances are, you are seeing seed heads. Your lawn is full of millions of grass plants. At this time of year, some of those plants will try to reproduce  by growing seeds encased in seed heads....
Warmer & Cooler – What Does it Mean for Your Plants?

Warmer & Cooler – What Does it Mean for Your Plants?

The new Rhode Island state logo could certainly apply to our weather here in Southern New England. After several weeks of early, warm spring weather, it appears that we are facing a return to the deep freeze for the weekend and the beginning of next week. Lawns have...
Snow in April – what does it mean for your lawn and landscape?

Snow in April – what does it mean for your lawn and landscape?

LAWNS:   SeaScape began making applications only to get hit with a snow storm and up to 5-6 inches of snow. What does this mean for your lawn? Will the treatment still be effective? All applications made prior to the snow will still be 100% effective. The fertilizer...